Is Violence Ever Acceptable


Is Violence Ever Acceptable? In the UK, riots violence is seen as bad and a symbol of a society out of control. But on the other hand violence in the middle east has been condoned and even encouraged. So does violence accomplish anything? Is it necessary? Can violence be a force for good? Also watch VIEWPOINT on What Is Truth

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